This round frame decorated with repoussé roses and tasseled ribbon is probably Dutch and most likely in .800 silver and from the late 1800s. The frame diameter is approximately 8 ¾ “ and the picture opening is approximately 6”. A ring on the back of the frame makes it suitable for hanging on the wall; however it is fitted with an easel back so that it can be used on a tabletop as well. Marks on the back of the frame are a crowned lion and a Maltese cross in an oval reserve. The frame is in excellent antique condition.
This pair of picture frames is by M G Cooler. The frames are sterling silver formed to look like scrolling flowers and foliage in a repeat pattern all around the border and pierced in between the scrolls. The silver frame is mounted on a purple velvet easel backing. The frame is approximately 7 3⁄8 “ long by 6” with a picture opening of about 5” by 3 ½ “. The silver is stamped Sterling and M G Cooler. These frames date from the turn of the last century and today pairs of frames of this early are difficult to acquire
This approximately 8 ¾” square picture frame is sterling silver mounted on Masonite backing with an easel stand. The frame has an 7” picture opening, approximately. The silver of the frame is decorated with beading on its outer and inner edges. The frame is stamped with a star, 50 and PD in an oblong reserve with pointed ends; and 925 in an oval reserve. The condition is excellent.
This hinged double picture frame is by Tiffany & Company of New York, NY. It is plain with no decoration and measures about 7” high by 10” wide; each picture opening is about 5 ¾”high by 3 ¾” wide. The back of the frame is stamped “Tiffany & Co 925”. The frame is in excellent vintage condition.
This sterling silver picture frame is by Web Silver Company of Philadelphia, PA. It is a plain narrow banded frame with an variable easel back, making this frame suitable for vertical or horizontal subjects. The frame measures about 10” by 8 1⁄8”; with a picture opening of 8 7⁄8 “ by 6 7⁄8 “. The frame is stamped WEB STERLING on both of the easel back tabs on the back of the frame.
This sterling silver fretwork frame mounted on a velvet backing is approximately 7' X 8" with a picture opening of about 3 1/2 inches X 4 1/2 inches. The frame was created by Dominick and Haff of New York, NY. The silver fretwork is designed to look like scrolling foliage and flowers with incidents of birds, cherubs and mountain goats. The frame is marked with the Dominick and Haff manufacturer’s mark, "STERLING”, and the item number “154". The frame is monogrammed with what appears to be hand engraved intertwining letters “BHL".